Feature Request: Transaction Settings: Auto Categorizing based on dollar amount?

I did notice that others have asked this question, but it looks like they were posted over a year ago. I thought I would stir the fire again. Is there any way to set an auto-categorize function based on transaction amount, not just vendor? For instance, my husband travels a lot for work (Sales), and so we have many transactions from gas stations. Any of these transactions under $12 can be assumed to be purchases from inside, and therefore are "Fast Food" not "Gas & Fuel". As it stands, I have to go through and manually change all of these settings so that my budgets are on track for the month.

This sort of tool would save me and others SO MUCH TIME, so this is my cry for help to the developers/programmers: Please look into this - thanks!!!

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